Settings Static IPv6 on RT-AX88u

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shuba

New Around Here
Hello everybody.
I have a RT-AX88u.
My ISP gave me a pool of addresses and told me to configure Static IPV6.
I was not given specific settings.
The pool of addresses is 2A00:84C0:100:40::/60
Any ideas on how to set up your router?
Directly without a router, everything works fine.
The router configured as in the picture in the attachment.
I ask for help, thanks!
 

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heysoundude

Very Senior Member
go to your system log page and check the IPv6 tab...your client devices that are v6 friendly/capable should be showing v6 addresses.

It could be that there's something not correctly configured on your WAN page...but I'm not so good at reading Cyrillic, so you'll have to translate for us. ;-D
 

shuba

New Around Here
go to your system log page and check the IPv6 tab...your client devices that are v6 friendly/capable should be showing v6 addresses.
Yes, devices receive IP addresses.

It could be that there's something not correctly configured on your WAN page
Internet settings are standard. I am using a static IP address to access the internet. I did not touch the rest of the settings. There is nothing IPv6 related.
 

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heysoundude

Very Senior Member
It seems you're correctly configured.
Are you having specific problems? or are you confused that you're also seeing ipv4 addresses?
 

shuba

New Around Here
What confuses me is that I cannot pass the IPv6 test.
If I connect the cable directly to the computer, then everything works, I pass the test.
With the current settings of the router, the test cannot be passed, so I think that IPv6 does not work.
 

GHammer

Senior Member
First, try setting to stateful.
You'll then see more configuration.
 

heysoundude

Very Senior Member
What confuses me is that I cannot pass the IPv6 test.
If I connect the cable directly to the computer, then everything works, I pass the test.
With the current settings of the router, the test cannot be passed, so I think that IPv6 does not work.
what test? test-ipv6.com is a good one
did you address the failure points, if it explains them?

I believe you would benefit from a couple of hours (and absolutely no money!) spent at https://ipv6.he.net/certification/
 

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